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Paul Klee

Hajo Düchting
Item #: D75505
Format: Cloth
Pages/Publication Date: 285 / 2016
ISBN: 9783955881061
No Longer Available

In many ways a partner and counterpart to his Bauhaus colleague and friend Wassily Kandinsky, Swiss-German artist Paul Klee (1879-1940) possessed a highly individual style influenced by Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism. In his often playful paintings and drawings he explored color theory extensively, writing numerous treatises and producing a series of lectures published as the Paul Klee Notebooks, a founding work in the study of modern art. Boasting outstanding color reproductions on nearly every page, this art book is both affordable and compact (measuring just under 7½ inches square) yet offers a surprisingly wide-ranging survey of this important modern artist, with an introductory essay, titles, and captions in six languages.

 

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